Yes, under the roots of a clump of bullrush, he lifted out with his spade—a pot of Narbonne honey!
I went to the Theatre Francais in the evening, and enquired about Narbonne.
Cinq Mars was too wise to add another word, and the King rode on to Narbonne, maintaining a sullen silence towards all around him.
He married in 1809 the daughter of Louis, Comte de Narbonne.
Adelaide, daughter of the count of Narbonne, in love with Theodore.
The old cat is very ill at Narbonne; he is going 'ad patres'.
He arrived there a month ago; but the old fox is still at Narbonne—a very cunning fox, indeed.
Aimery of Narbonne, a lad of sixteen, seemed to be playing with his opponent.
He despatched, therefore, Chavigny in all haste from Narbonne with irrefragable evidence of the treaty made with Spain.
Kalonymos ben Todros, head of the congregation of Narbonne, 392.